It may be only mid-August, but if I step outside right now I hear children in the playground at the school a block away, and so far as my mind is concerned, that means summer is over – and that, in turn, sets me thinking about fall craft shows!
Now, summer isn’t really over – the Lincoln Heights Village farmers market at Douglas and Oliver will be taking up my Wednesday mornings for many weeks to come. But even while that goes on, the craft fair season is going to be ramping up on the weekends! As always, you can find a calendar listing our forthcoming activities on the Find Us page here. Shows marked with a “**” are planned but not yet finalized, for one reason or another, so if you’re going to one of those shows and want to be sure you’ll see us there, you might want to check back a bit closer to the time to make sure we got the last few ducks in a row and will in fact be there.
The first non-farmers market show of this fall season will be on Sept. 7, the Vintage Girl Outdoor Market at Absolute Vintage Boutique – which currently shows on the calendar as not-finalized, but that’s just because I haven’t got the paperwork in yet (oops)! Still, if nothing goes wrong, we expect to be there, and would love to see you.
The other September show is Cider Days in Topeka, Sept. 21-22. We went to this show two years ago and are very excited about going back this year!
October is fully booked, as you can see from the calendar, and should be a lot of fun. I’ll post more about the October shows when they’re a bit less far off.
We’re still looking around for shows to fill up more weekends in November and December. Have a crafty festival or show in your neck of the prairie at which you’d like to see Foam on the Range? Drop us a line and we’ll check it out!
Hope to see you at some of these shows!